rubbish, does not work, no instructions, plus you have to agree to install the crappy Babylon toolbar and crappy Babylon as your default search engine (which displays a lot of crap and has bad search results too.) CNET does not give ANY details about the publisher of the software (poor reflection on you too cnet: you have gone way down hill in the last few years)
With all CNET downloads, ALWAYS opt for CUSTOM INSTALLATIONS -- never AUTO. This will permit you to opt out of all the junk CNET wants to install along with the program.I agree that it's terrible that CNET manipulates its members this way just to get kickbacks for all the crap they can get us to install. Despicable.
There are no pros because I haven't been able to use the product
The only con is that I haven't been able to successfully install the product.Other than that, I can't determine any other problems because I haven't been able to use the product.
I couldn't install the product, as my computer management console didn't actually recognize the product. I tried uninstalling it, rebooting the computer, then reinstalling it again. Upon rebooting, it came up with a message asking me to use the C-media AC97 audio device CD to install the product again. I did not have this disc. Alternatively, I could've browsed for a certain file, which I did, and it found the file. However it did not install it correctly, because the management console said that the audio device could not be recognized, or it was malfunctioning.